Kimberley parks open for the 2019 dry season

Camp under the starry night sky and wonder at the vast wilderness of the Kimberley 

Book and pay online for camping at Silent Grove and Windjana Gorge on your Gibb River Road journey, or at either of our campgrounds in World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles) - Walardi near the iconic striped beehive domes, and Kurrajong nearer to Echidna Chasm.

Bookings can be made up to 180 days in advance and, subject to availability, right up until the time of arrival.

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Danggu Geikie Gorge boat tour

Enjoy the panoramic views while Parks and Wildlife Service rangers take you on a guided journey through Danggu Geikie Gorge where you will learn about the stunning geology, wildlife and cultural significance of this ancient gorge.

The MS Casey Ross is named after an elder of the Danggu muway, or clan; the first Bunuba traditional owner to build a relationship with Parks and Wildlife Service. The boat features hand-painted freshwater crocodiles, sawfish, red-tailed black cockatoos and brolgas and was designed in consultation with the Bunuba people. The purpose-built 12m vessel with comfortable shaded seating, a PA system and a centre walkway for wheelchairs.

More info and booking for the Danggu Geikie Gorge boat tour

Save on park entry fees

Pay as you go with $13 park entry fees, or purchase a park pass and save. Choose a four week Holiday Pass for $46 or an annual All Parks Pass for $92. Reduced fees apply for holders of some Australian-issued concession cards.

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